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Labour Leadership Contest
Yep! All these parties have been politically flawed with unconstitutional stances re Scottish independence plus, more importantly, their conveyor belt of so many failed leaders just highlighted how many "lightweight politicians" have come and gone within their ranks. Even Baroness Davidson, who doesn't like to be addressed by that title, was massively overrated but still given a huge PR profile by her London office through their RW media and then ironically politically destroyed by her despised target, Johnson, in her ill-advised Tory leadership strategy, Operation Arse (what a title!) to block SC&U party support for Johnson.
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(Yesterday, 20:41)0762 Wrote: Yep! All these parties have been politically flawed with unconstitutional stances re Scottish independence plus, more importantly, their conveyor belt of so many failed leaders just highlighted how many "lightweight politicians" have come and gone within their ranks. Even Baroness Davidson, who doesn't like to be addressed by that title, was massively overrated but still given a huge PR profile by her London office through their RW media and then ironically politically destroyed by her despised target, Johnson, in her ill-advised Tory leadership strategy, Operation Arse (what a title!) to block SC&U party support for Johnson.

I was surprised that Davidson didn't stand for a seat in Westminister in 2017. Scotland has the same problem as England that there is no real opposition to the SNP to hold them to account like there is no real opposition to hold the Tories to account.

Biggest problem for Labour well three big problems is winning the red wall back, trying to take seats off the SNP in Scotland but also making sure that Plaid Cymru don't take votes and seats off Labour as it looks like Welsh independence is starting to grow.

Labour winning the next election is very very slim and the Sunday Times were reporting that if the economy is doing well then Johnson will call an election in 2023.
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